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THE SUXDAT OREGOXIAN. PORTLAND, AUGUST 4, 1912.
RQWDS AT BEACH RESORTS ENJOY MID-SUMMER DIVERSIONS
f Continued From Pate 4.)
lulst. Anna Larsen. Mr. and Mrs.
Ohler. Miss Ackerman. Mr. and
ye. H. Callender. Frank Woodfleld.
Pm Spokane Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
r, Alex M. Winston. Robert R.
f. Jr.: E. G. Rich. Myron A. Folsom.
fm New York Miss K. Goldsmith.
e Bennett. R. H. Sherwood, E. II.
pseud. R. W. Miles.
om Youngs town. O. C. H. Booth,
4 Booth, James A. Booth, Mrs. S.
s. Miss Almira Ames.
Misses Ilattle and Birdie Wise,
storla. who were house guests of
A. Tllxer at her cottage "Tilser
" for a few days, have returned
s Kathryn O'Connor, of Portland,
i"ned home Sunday after spending
wk at The Tllzeronla.
as Mae Comport crave several
ant affairs honoring: the guests of
Tllzeronla, especially the nay-
1 last Thursday. The chaperones
a Mrs. Tilzer. Mrs. H. A. Webber
S. Myers and family are recent ar
il.. liSOX HKLPEU VISITS .BEACH
s Heslcr Ilosford, of Orange. X.
Great Admirer of Democrat.
ORTH BEACH. Aug. S. (Special.)
lorth Beach has had amon; Its pop.
klon this week Miss Hester E. Hos-
of Orange. N. J. Miss Hosford la
Woodrow Wilson for President,
ks for him. writes for him and truly
teres In him. In fact, she has been
ftlng this trip a political one,,
Istlng for her favorite at every op-
Itunlty. Thursday she made trips to
licotta. where she took the boat for
bth Bend and other small towns of
Ishington. meeting men whose Influ-
f she hopes to gain and trying to
erest the women as well. Miss mos-
Id-ls a graduate of University of
bhigan and for the past six years has
In head of the department of litera-
re and civics In the High School at
tinge. She is official biographer lor
Wilson and at present Is re-wrlt-
hls life. Miss Hosford was at Bal-
lore when the Democratic nomlna
was made and since then has been
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Wells left the
Iter part of the week after a pleas-
stay at Long Beach.
IMiss M. B. Williams and Miss Lillian
tywood have returned to their home
Denver after an extended visit on
IMiss Ethel Cohn. Margaret and M:ir
Hagedorn. Margaret. Rose and
Irtha Schacht. Madeirne Stone. Made
Le Groh. Pauline Jacobson, Irene Col
is and Mae Barr made up a party to
swimming one day this week.
I Mrs. E. H. French, of The Dalles, has
hened her cottage. "Surfside. for the
I aeon and has as her guests Miss
liezola P. Cheff and Mrs. George A.
llcox. of Cornelius.
I Mrs. J. B. McCune, of Los Angeles,
come to the beach for the Summer
i Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Jack
nott, in the Knott, cottage.
Yna of the most enjoyable affairs of
e week at the beach was a tea given
Mrs. E. H. French Wednesday aft
tnoon. The guests were Miss bie-
Ihens and Miss Mlchell. of The Dalles:
Irs. Smith French. Dr. Gertrude
French. Mrs. D. M. French and daugh-
Mrs. - Luderman. of Colorado
tarings; Miss Le Conle Jamison ind
f rs. G. E. Jamison, Miss M. E. Ste-
Ihenson and Mrs. G. A. Wilcox. Mrs.
.'licox assisted Mrs. French in serving.
At the Avalon Hotel the following
Lere visitors during the week ending
V-Jy 31: Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Simmons,
f.ameryn iorney, Cisiner nug.pi,
rs. Laura E. Irvine, Mr. and Mrs. E.
McFarland. Clyde A. Porter, w. L.
Ilaberntcht. Lillian Wake. A. M. )CIU-
.orth. Reed Ellsworth. Mrs. E. Scott
Lnd Miss A Scott, all of Portland; Mrs.
. R. Abrams, of Los Angeles; Mrs.
L. Hann. of Spokane, and Miss M.
Russell, of Rathdrum, Idaho.
The register of the Portland Hotel
for the week ending July 31; George
fhompson, James Welserman, Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Griffin. D. F. Flood, Mr.
ind Mrs. H. G. Miller, J. A. Rust. Mrs.
Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B.
Hobb. D. R. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs.
lieorite H. Pray. J. R. Chamberlain.
I Frank Yoski, R. P. McClung, A. D.
Hodges. Mr. and Mrs. John McRob-
rts. A. B. Manley. Mr. and Mrs. U. E.
rClark. Miss Hettle Blakely. Mr. and
IMrs. Charles Dlerke, H. L. Deyre. Mr.
md Mrs. H. Blanchet. Miss G. Blan-
Ichet. George Thompson. B. M. Durant,
all of Portland; Mrs. Charles A. Both-
(well and daughter, of Omaha, Neb.;
Mr.' and Mrs. H. B. Clark. Tacoma,
I Jennie Rossman, Cheyenne, Wyo.; Mrs.
James P. Jones and sons. Denlson,
Iowa: Mr. and Mrs. McNamee. Heppner;
W. H. Baker. Sioux Falls. S. D.; Mr.
land Mrs. M. B. Northington, Pleasant-
Iville. Iowa; J. V. Rock, Raymond,
Miss Madeline Stone had a bonfire
party on the beach this week. Besides
the -. usual toasting of marshmallows
the crowd had all the watermelon they
could eat. In the party were Madeline
8c h act. Margaret Rose and Bertha
Schaet, Irene Collins, Arthur Parker,
Margaret Hagedorn. Marian Hagedorn.
Madeline Groh. Jerome Stone, Lester
Slohel. Cressy Phillips.
Captain J. Allyn. with his family, has
located at Sea View for the remainder
of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Jameson have tak
en a Summer home at Sea View to be
present for the next month.
Mrs. Joseph McCabe is numbered
among the late arrivals.
C B. Nelson and his family have a
cottage at Beach Center. '
The dwellers in the Stout cottage for
August will 'be Mr. and Mrs. O. G.
Mrs. V. F. ShefTer will make the
beach her home for the next few
M. McBeth and family have returned
after passlnga month at the beacb.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. BhlfTer and fam
ily are located in a cottage In Center
ville. A swimming party was held at the
Crystal swimming tank Saturday, chap
eroned by Mrs. Piggot. The enthusi
asts were Miss Hannah Schloth. Miss
Mollle Witherall, Miss Katherine Pig
got. Miss Julia Piatt and Miss Lillian
Perhaps one of the jolliest little par
ties on the Coast Is comprised of the
young folks at the home of Mrs. Isam
White, at Neapsco cottage near the
Breakers. There are Just Ave of them
in the little party, but they have the
best times. A two-seated rig pulled
by the faithful bays can be seen nearly
any time on the road between Sea View
and Ocean Park, and the laughter
which can be heard bespeaks the good
time. They are the Misses Ruth Rosen
f eld and Helen Simon and Messrs. Dr.
Iawrence Selltnx. Dr. James Rosen
feld and Sanford Rosenfeld. The two
doctors are recently from Berlin,
where they passed two years study
ing. When they arrived at Mrs. White's
cottage they were serenaded propesly,
musicians being arrayed on the porch.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Marks, of Ed
monton, Canada, are visiting their par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Marks, near
A Jolly party was held at Deadman's
Hollow one day this week, when a
party from Tioga made the trip. In
cluded were the Misses Lillian Down
ing. Katherine Piggot. Lucy Hanley.
Gladys Humphrey. Ruth Humphrey.
Julia Piatt and the boys of the crowd
were Frank Hemenway. William Al
len. John Piatt and Fred Humphrey.
After lunch the party visited North
Head and tiie Weather Bureau.
P. Whitaker. of van-
.i.uin . -fn'
Beach, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
a E. Smith and family are located
In the cottage belonging te Dr. Tern
pleton. at Newport Station.
The family of B. O. Woods has come
to Long Beach for the Summer.
Mrs. A. J. Pettltt has come to, the
beach to pass the Summer. Dr. Pettltt
will pass the week-end wlta his lam
In a cottage at Long Beach are lo
cated the family of T. C. Thronson
At the Driftwood, the people from
Portland registered are as follows
Rav W. Hopkins. Miss J. Chimin. Mrs
L. F. Chimin. G. W. Stone. A. E. Cohn,
Charles Brown. Mrs. T. T. Esterbrook.
Mrs. R. M. Donaldson. Mr. and Mrs.
T. V. Kaul'mann. C. A. Caween, Mrs. P.
F. McMorrow and Margaret McMorrow,
Mrs. N. J. Shannon. H. U. Shannon, R.
Lonr Beach Hotel for the week end
ing July 31 shows the following Hat of
guests: Mrs. F. P. Baumgarten, Airs, m
E. Roberts, Miss Ida Rothchlld, Theo
dore Schultz and sons, O. Sunderson,
Max Cohen. Sam Dubuer, John G. Mc
Kenzle, Charles Stewart, Hazel Owen,
Mattie Clark. Edith and Mabel Fouts,
W. A. Pratt. Edward J. Blumenthal. A.
E. Tolleson. Mrs. H. D. Hawes, Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Mundorff. A. S. Phillips. Mrs.
G. B. Leach, Mrs. S. C Faulkner. Mrs.
Cora Hodglns. Mrs. C. W. orKs,
George and Frank Works, all of Port
land: Mrs. H. G. Works and daughter,
Ethel, Chlco, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. M. Bun
ker. Wichita. Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. w
P. Kllaore. Cornelius; G. G. Hicks,
South Bend: Mrs. Anna Schllng, Bloom-
lngton. 111.; E. F. Burns, Sandy, Or.;
Anna and Elizabeth Mundorff, Gay F.
Cramer, Huntington; H. O. Wilson, New
York; Charles Henderson, Seattle; J.
R. Mcintosh, Chicago; Frank Edwards.
Tacoma: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Doollttle,
Boise: Luclnla Shipman. Boise.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolphe Doenlcker and
family are located on the beach for a
Mr. and Mrs. I. Gratton gave a party
at their Summer home Tuesday evening.
It was in honor of their guests. Mr. and
Mrs. R. P. Whitaker, who are visiting
them. Cards were the feature of amuse
ment, and the prize was awarded to
Mrs. F. M. McGlll.
In the Baumgarten cottage. Mr. and
Mrs. A. C Lohmlre are making their
headquarters for the month of August.
The Tennis Club at Tioga is making
rapid strides along the line of Improve
ment. Miss Hannah Schloth and Miss
Mollle Witherall are greatly responsible
for the Interest shown so far.
Mrs. J. B. Candllsh and tl.ree daugh-
tr a r, orcunvinir the Wheeler cot
taere for the Summer. Mr. Candllsh
was a week-end visitor.
Mr. R. II. Robertson, of Portland, has
hn a hearh iruest for two weeKs.
Mr. A. O. Goddard is the guest of
Un J R. Candllsh.
In one of the cottages at Centerville
are Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Holmes.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jeffery are ex
pected to arrive at Long Beach within
a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver K.
Jeffery have been down for a week
and opened the cottage.
The dwellers In the Foster cottage
are Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rose and family.
The Ladles' Aid of Long Beach at
tracted much attention Thursday when
they held a bazar in the unoccupied
dining-room of the Long Beach Hotel.
It was the first thing of the kind that
has taken place this Summer here, ana
the articles for sale . were all hand
made. There were beautifully embroi
dered pillow cases on which members,
of the Aid passed many an hour, ana
there were several little Jabots of Irish
which some one had made. The pro
ceeds went Into the funds of the Pres
At the North Beach Inn, for the wceU
ending July 3, the following peoole
had registered: From Portland. Rose
Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. J. Grutze and
child. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Camp, Maxlne
Camp, Mrs. N. W. Jones and son. Mrs.
Elsie S. Sturtevant. Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Van Dresser. Mrs. H. Lanyon and
daughter. C. M. Dewey, Mrs. Katherine
Bracey, Mrs. S. E. Moeser and son, Car
rie Olness, S. Herbert Lanyon, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Mulr and family, of Wilbur,
Wash.; Miss Gertrude Denlson, Red
Wing. Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Rumfrev. of Buffalo; Homer C. Fulmer
and John B. Fulmer. of Monroe, Ind.;
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Franklin and daugh
ter. Miss Dorothy. Cazedero; Mr. and
Mrs. M. Glltner. Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Everts and daughter. Pearl, C. C. Pey
ton, of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wright gave a
dinner party In honor of Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Cupler, of Fargo. N. D.. who are
their guests while at the beach. Miss
Mabel Rlezold. who will be rememoerea
by many as having sung in the Louvre,
and Mr. Robert McCarl entertained the
participants in the party by music.
At Harvest Home the following passeo
a few days at tne Deacn: bit. nurra,
Nfr M H. Thiele. Louise P. Thiele, J.
M. Wallln, Ed Loder. L. J. Loder and
Mrs. Loder, Waverly, Neb.; JSditn
Yates and son. Kenneth, Waverly, Neb.;
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Watkins.
Miss Mae Barr Is visiting her cousin,
Miss Irene Collins, at Seaview.
This week Irene Collins and her cou
sin. Miss Mae Barr, will ride over to
Seaside, where they will be the guests
of Miss Clara Qulnn. Miss Margaret
Schacht will accompany them and visit
Miss Adina Llbak.
At the Breakers Hotel for the week
ending July 31 the following had signed
as patrons: From Portland Mr. ana
Mrs. C. E. Dent and family, Mr. and
Mrs. George E. Johnson and daughter.
Miss Garrett, Miss A. E. Cohen, M.
Relngold. Mr. and Mrs. George U.
Boschke and two children, Mrs. M. E.
Colgate. Claude Starr. M. A. Williams,
Miss Cora Walker, D. E. Mather, Mr.
and Mrs. I. M. Rosenthal. Mr. and Mrs.
G. E. Stark, William M. Blnney, J.
Shemanskl. Ethel Craven. C. W. Corne- '
llus. C. Dunkelburger. A. W. St. Mar,
A. B. Manley. C. E. Shaw, R. W. Rich
ard, J. G. Peters and son. Mrs. H. W.
From Spokane J. H. LyBter. Thomas
A. E. Lally. E. J. O'Shea. Mr. and Mrs.
M. B. Connelly, Bartley and Margaret
Connelly, Kate Dodds, James Cronln,
L. J. Cronln, Mr. and Mrs. J. u. Slay-
ton, Mrs. H. C. Olney and Pansy Olneyt
and Sara A. Roberts.
From Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lear. Fred R. Hills. George McManus,
G. B. Blackwell. J. T. Brooke.
Emma C. Sanford. Worcester, Mass.;
Elsie B. Frey. Pasadena. Cal.; Mrs. J.
Harrington, Butte, Mont.; the Misses
Lally, Denison. Ia.: G. T. McLean, Jack
sonville. Fla.; P. E. Daniels, New Or
leans; Mr. and Mrs. Chambers, A. C.
Delacroix. Fort Columbia.
From Astoria C. V. Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Norblad, Sam Little.
L. A. Muir and family, Wilbur. Wash.:
M. A. Teutsch. Kansas City: Joe Helm,
South Bend; Rev. U. Hendrix, Snoho
mish: V. Condreth, South Bend; Helen
M. Chalmers, Forest Grove: Margaret
Lowell, Pendleton: E. A. Main, New
York: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mansur,
Knappton, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. C. Nel
BEACIIERS EXJOY SUV CROFT
G nests From Portland and Other
Cities Visit Xorth Beach.
SEACROFT. Aug. 3. (Special.) At
Seacroft the following includes the list
of guests for the week ending July
31: John Clemenson, Mrs. J. E. Cam
eron. Mrs. A. W. Clark, Howard B.
Hutchinson. Teddy Clark, U. B. Clark,
Alfred B. Clark. W. E. Hutchinson, A.
V. Clark. G. F. Peek, Katherine S. Tur-
ner. Mrs. Alanon -versteeg, au oi -on-
nrfl- T-linan turner, viuincy, in.; Mrs.
Bathing, Clamming, Bonfires, Picnic Parties and Various Other Amusements Hold Pleasure-Seekers' Interest.
B, E. Porterfield and son Howard, of
Mrs. William Sellars has returned.
accompanied by her son, William, and
daughters, Evelyn and Margaret, to
their home In Spokane, after a pleas
ant visit at Seacroft.
At Hotel Sunset, for the week end
ing July 30, the following registered:
Mr. and Mrs. John Vigelius, Jr., Eu
gene J. 'Rich, Will F. Powell, Al L
Krause. G. N. B. Franzke. Charles H.
Loughlln. Mr. and Mrs. O'Loughlln, Ha
zel M. Young, Edythe E. Rogers. Lil
lian Welnstein, Anna E. M. De Carle,
Flora D. Haskell, Gertrude Haskell and
William E. Haskell, all of Portland;
H. O. Michaels, Marshalltown, la.: Her
man Rletveld, Pella, la.; Mr. and Mrs.
Irving H. Sroat and son Paul, Astoria.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O'Loughlln, the for
mer the popular originator of "Jeter
Fogg." are visiting at North Beach, and
are at Hotel Sunset.
At the Shellburne the following are
visiting: Mr. and Mrs. Burke Jones and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Boody.
Emma Shepard. Lillian A. Raab, Mr.
and Mrs. George B. Blutean, H. Austin
Biddle, U. B. Kldd, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Barrow and family, Mr. and Mrs.
George Cafpenter, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Berryman, Mr. and Mrs. Irving II.
Heusner, Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Chillson,
Mrs. Llllie Kaufman, Miss Leona Chill-
son, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Bergner, George
H. Caldwell. Miss Gail McGrady, Miss
Genevieve Blackmore, Dr. and Mrs. H.
R. Biersdorf, Theodore Thiel. Mr. and
Mrs. Hardin, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Church,
John William Church, Carl Corbly
Church, Randall Martin Church, Mr. and
Mrs. Guy L. Anderson and son, Mrs.
V. V. Dolph and daughters, Mis3es Ella
and Gertrude Van Landingham, Mrs.
Vlrglna Hood, J. O. Lauch, F. A. Snook,
all of Portland: Mabel Abercrombie,
Boise: R. G. Masiker. Mrs. M. Schillers,
Odell. Or.; Mrs. L. D. Boyd, Hood River;
Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Barnett and daugh
ter Hazel, Miss Leola Gilbert, all of
Walla Walla; Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Bor
ham and child, St. Johns; C. H. Barnett,;
The Hackney Hotel had the follow
ing for the week ending July 30: Ever
ett Wortman. Mrs. E. J. SIver, Miss
Elizabeth Cole, Miss Mary Duffy, Mrs.
A. L. Mackintosh, Mr. and Mrs. George
H. Pray. H. S. Harriet, Grayce E.
Graves, R. IT. Hopkins, Mrs. S. B. Don
augh, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Eichenlaub,
John Balkie and family,, a. E. Meyers,
M. H. Diehl. Madeline Stone, Miriam
Hagedone. -Mack D. Howes, R. E. Mc-
Elhose, R. G. Masiker, R. V. Coleman,
T. J. Cronln, P. C. Wood, E. H. Lough
lln, U. A. Williams, J. C. Campbell, E.
C. Veasey and Mrs. Veasey, C. S. Speer,
all of Portland: Mr. and Mrs. U. B.
Cohn, of Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A, N. Norblad,
of Astoria; R. G. Masiker, Odell, Or.;
Andrew Caldenwood, J. A. Luepel, Port
land. Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and daugh
ter Jean are located In their cottage
A clamming party left Hackney Cot
tage Tuesday morning and returned
with two sacktuis of clams. They dug
them up near the llfesavlng station. In
the party were Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Levy
and children. Mr. and Mrs. S. U. B.
Cohn. Miss Ethel R. Cohn and Mrs. M.
Markwttz. For dinner that evening the
party ate clams at the Levy residence.
David 1 McDaniei is passing a tew
days at Bide-a-Wee cottage, Seaview,
guest of Mrs. u. Jamison.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Cohn. formerly
of Portland, but now of Spokane are
visiting at the beach.
Miss Madeline stone leit HacKney s
the end of the week to attend Miss
Loda Hollister's wedding. Miss Hollis
ter Is well known in musical circles.
Miss Stone will return Wednesday.
Th. lolly crowd from Hackney cot
tage had a big bonfire on the beach
Monday night. They roasted apples and
Mrs. Kenneth cooper, or Pendleton,
Is visiting Mrs. Scott at Seaview.
At the home oi Mrs. i. j. aeuien, a
spacious cottage on the road between
Beach Center and Seaview. Wednes
day afternoon, 16 tables were filled
by a Jolly crowd who played 500. The
rooms were decorated with many ferns.
Two prizes were given to the highest
scorers, and refreshments were served.
Mrs. Seufert was assisted by Mrs.
Frank Kernan. Mrs. U. U. Corcoran and
the Misses Ruth Kernan. Agnes Cor
coran. Mary Monks, Bertha and Mar
garet Schacht Irene Collins. The wom
en paid 50 cents for their places at
the tables and the results went toward
the fund they are raising to build a
home here for the Catholic priest.
Mrs. Theodore Victor Tatum and
Joseph Tatum. of Seattle, are visiting
Mrs. B. F.' Greene in her cottage, the
Albert Wastell and John Clemenson,
two Portland boys, found a new way
to earn nickels this Summer. They
carry a big supply or Coney island
"red hots" around with them on the
beach at nights, and at the bonfires
every one buys.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Wilson, the for
mer of the firm of Huntington and
Wilson, attorneys, have opened their
cottage on the boulevard, near Sea
view. T. J. Seufert visited with his family
in their pretty home at Seaview.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hutchln have
come to Seaview, where they will pass
two weeks at the Shellburne. Mr.
Hutchln Is manager of the Rose Fes
tlcal. NEWPORT ATTRACTS CROWDS
Early Battling: Is Becoming: Popular
at Beach Town.
NEWPORT, Or., Aug. 3. (Special.)
Many visitors at Newport miss one of
Its most Interesting scenes when they
neglect to visit the beach early In the
morning. If the tide Is low, as it has
been during the past week, one sees an
aspect of beach life seen at no other
time or place. It Is usually a surprise
to one who goes, for the first time, to
see the crowds on the beach at this
early hour, for they usually have a
virtuous feeling that they are among
the few early risers.
Rocks, which later in the day are
covered by breaking billows, are then
uncovered and people with chisels,
picks, hammers and" buckets are indus
triously digging for the delicious rock
oyster. Along the edges of the reefs
fishermen stand with long bamboo
poles, casting their bait, utterly Indif
ferent to the stray breakers that dash
around their feet. Jolly, good-natured
crowds, bound on long tramps, start at
this time with their lunch baskets and
plenty of energy. Others gather star
fish and look at the many Interesting
things in the pools left by the out
That more people are availing them
selves of motoring to Newport Is
shown by the increasing number of
machines in evidence here. The beach,
between Agate and Newport, is a fa
vorite speeding ground for automobiles
and almost any time in the afternoon
records are made and lost
Last Tuesday Felix LaBranch re
turned to Salem in his machine and put
up signs at all fork roads, as far as
Dallas, for the benefit of autolsts trav
eling the road for the first time.
Tennis played on the beach at low
tide, Is one of the latest diversions at
Newport. The hard sand makes an ex
Frank Wortman, wife and baby, of
McMlnnvllle, came in their auto to pass
a few days at the bench.
Senator Booth, with his wife and
daughter. Miss Barbara, are at the
beach for a few weeks.
Archbishop Christie, of the Catholic
Church, was here over Sunday. He held
services In the church and confirmed a
class of five during" the service.
Ralph Watson, secretary to Governor
West, is occupying the Pine Lodge.
C K. Spalding has opened his cottage
and his family are occupying It this
Mrs. Phipps, wife of Rev. Charles
Phlpps, of Portland, accompanied by
her sister, la passing a few weeks at
Mrs. Richard Cooper, of Seattle, with
her baby, is occupying a cottage on the
Mrs. A. W. Davis, of St. Johns, has
taken a cottige for the month. Her
mother and sister from the East are
Miss Jennie Donnell, of Portland, Is
a guest of Mrs. Lewis Smith. '
R. I. Hedrlck, wife and son are os
ciiDylnr. a cottage in "Professors'
Dr. Lockwood, of Portland, visited
the beach during the past week.
Rlshon Scadding was among the
week's visitors. He will hold services
In the Eriscot)al Church today.
Dr. W. Austin Cox, of Albany, has
established his wife and mother In
cottage for the Summer.
Mrs. Blrchtold. wife of Professor
Blrchtold, of Corvallls, was among this
Dean Ray, of Portland, who Is here
with his car, made the second trip to
Otter Rocks accomplished this season
in a machine. The Pathfinder made the
F. M. French, of Albany, passed a few
days in his cottage here last week.
Rev. M. M. Gilchrist, of Oakville, has
almost completed his Summer cottage
at Agate Beach.
Otto Wilson, of Salem, motored over
during the week.
Mrs. Ed Weller, of Salem, has
opened her cottage at Seal Rocks. Her
sister, Mrs. W, Beckford, is visiting
Rev. M. C. Hawks is passing his va
cation here. He preached to a large
audience in the Presbyterian Church
Mr. and Mrs. Vance, of Portland, are
among the week's arrivals.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Spence are settled
for the Summer In "Dunnydeer" cot
tage. Rev. J. R. N. Bell and wife, of Cor
vallls, are enjoying their vacation at
Mrs. M. M. Davis has completed her
handsome bungalow and expects to oc
cupy it soon.
The largest excursion that ever vis
ited Newport arrived last Sunday, when
over 800 people came to enjoy the cool
Dr. Frank Post, of Portland, Is here
with his family. He has a tent In the
G. W. Cook and family, of Portland,
are among the latest arrivals at New
port. Mrs. Clarence Hamilton, of Salem, re
turned home .this week, after passing
a pleasant month at the beach.
Bonfires are rather numerous on the
i w haw r,A onv .v.nlner one can
see gay parties enjoying their dellghu.
A particularly pieasnni une w given
1 r rr A nt Vl W VOlinti rPOTll O f NCW"
. ,1.1. otaaV ihnnt afi ff-llsta were
present. Refreshments were served in
1 . . I - V- n .-..1.
the way or Banawicue., iw ucemw..
and a long stick; Each cooked his own
ft vu discovered there are
about 35 ways of preparing beefsteak
over a Donnre.
A merry party of college girls have
..i,.. Mur here for a fortnight
and are having a lively time. Those
In the party are Nell Sykes, Dorothy
and May Steussloff and Jessie Harrltt,
of Salem; Christy and Barbara Moore
and Gertrude Nolan, of Corvallls; Ra
mona Kane, Ashland; Cleo White, Mc
S. C. Chance is at Agate Beach with
his family. They are "tenting" while
their new cottage Is being completed.
Mrs. J. Fred Yates, of Corvallls, re
turned home, after an outing at the
" rr T. rilljr of Roseburg. with
her two little girls, are located in the
Hoover cottage. Miss Capltola Willis
i. thlr s-uest. Mrs. Miller Is a daugh
ter of Blnger Herman.
Miss Helen Jfianaers, oi mw xur
City, is a guest of the Misses Church
at Agate Beach.
Miss Eula McCully is visiting Mrs. A.
B. Crosman in a cottage at Olsonville.
Captain L. earner and crew, of the
i...h nil I. a iitiHop thA nllntn o A of
Captain R. E. Voeth, made a very suc-
cessrul eaten oi nauoui yy cuueouny
morning. xney were ui auuui VWUi
hours and caught about 800 pounds.
Some of the fish weighed as much as
60 pounds. They found a ready mar
ket at 8 cents a pound.
Judge Hamilton, of Roseburg, his
wife and family, are among the recent
arrivals at the beach.
Colonel Roefer, of Salem, motored
over with his family last week. They
are staying at Agate Beach.
A' number of guests are registered
at the Ocean Hill. Among them are:
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. O'Gorman, Mrs. War
ren. Virginia McDonaugh, V. A. Rapps,
Spokane; W. A. Teutsch, Alice L. Gib
son. Nina N. Gilbert, Jeanette Nyson.
The following Portland guests have
registered at The Abbey during the
week: A. J. Moser, W. Rudolph, R. W.
Fishburn, J. G. Igleheart, W. T. Hum
mert, W. B. Bolton, A. P. Newton, Rob
ert L. Wlthrow, Victor DentofT. I. H.
Yerlx, Mrs. J. R. Bean. H. B. Brlstow,
Estella Bean, E. F. Bowers, L. C. Mills,
Y. Felt, Sorln Jensen, Mrs. J. W. Brack
ford and daughter, A. Christie, A. G.
De Lorlmer, D. Vance, H. K. B. Davis,
Jr.. C. H. Davis, Jr.. B. Newbern, J. C.
McVay, T. F. Heart, Geady Richer, D.
T. Ray, C. F. Neahes. E. J. Bryan, J. A.
Taylor, George B. Walcott, L. J. Law
ton, D. T. Redfleld, C. A. Klin, D. Crow
ley, C. E. Hash, Miss N. Daniel, L. B.
Harrison, Captain R. E. Voeth. Walter
A. Nash, Mr. Freeman. George A. Peel,
C. McCullough and wife. F. E. West and
wife, M. R. Colwel, J. A. Yerex, A. V.
Oleson, O. P. York and wife.
Portland guests at the Nicolai the
past week were: D. D. Moreland, W. Si.
Paige, F. S. Belcher, wife and children,
Mrs. C. T. Caye, George Gerlinger and
family, W. H. Arbuckle, F. Anderson,
H. Anderson, Mrs. Auny D. Dunn,
James P. Walsh, Lewis Montgomery,
Mrs. Stockton, R. D. Cruikshank, Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Cook, Gayer Cook,
Garry G. Smith, N. G. Walker, Mrs. E.
L. Mlnkler, Mrs. J. A. Follett.
The Osburn housed the following
Portland people the past week: V. It.
Bllyeu and wife, L. B. Harrlraan, Miss
Daniels, E. Haak, Edwin D. Williams
and wife, August Berg, Ray Z. Myers
and wife, Mrs. C. Henderson, Jean D.
Henderson, S. C. Berry and wife.
Guests registered at the Ocean House
are: Mr. and Mrs. John Pearson, John
M. Pearson, Henry Pearson, Portland;
Miss Ellen Johnson. Portland: Mrs. R.
B. Marzluff. Salem; Mr. and Mrs. V. A.
Rapp, Spokane, Wash.; 8. Schmidt,
Portland; Joseph Buechell, Monmouth;
C. A. Chandeler and fumlly, Albany;
W. B. Howell, Oregon City.
Registered at the Irvln House from
Portland are: Leo Bowers, B. E. You
mala and wife; Charles Cooper, wife
and daughter: Bernlce Hannlgau. R. E.
FTJBNISHED TENTS AT
ON THE PACIFIC
Each tent is equipped with beds, bedding, stove, table, cooking utensils,
etc. You will have the free use of shower baths, water, swings, tennis
courts and boats. Good board may be secured at 35 cents per meal or
$1 per day. Make your reservations at Western Oregon Trust Co., 272
Stark Street, or write Frank E. Roberts, Manager, care Columbia Beach
Hotel, Columbia Beach, via "Warrenton, Oregon.
.1 , . ,
TiiiTnriM" i ii h i
Short Scenic Excursion
To and Through Beautiful Tualatin "Valley Country.
North Plains via United Railways Wilkeiboro.
Picnic Grounds Open to Visitors
North Plains P."vrk, ideal place to spend day. Pure drinking water.
Restaurants and grocery stores for lunches. Shade trees. Mountains
in view. Week-end rates. Inquire for time cards and descriptive
235 Stark Street, Portland, Oregon.
First-class board and rooms. Con
venient to the beach. A restful re
treat. Sea foods every day. Rates
moderate. Write me. MRS. RICHARD
COOI.EY. Beach Center Station, Long
Beach. Wuha P. O.
Elk Creek Hotle
First and best on Cannon
Beach. Remodeled and
Sea foods a specialty.
Pleasant auto ride from
ELK CREEK HOIBL, Seaside. Oregon.
NORTH BEACH INN
BlDDl UOiieitH" 11 ' "
.1 1IF..kln rrt ft RitQk TjIFI,, RhflIV
lion O" TBm6uu t3 " ,
ground extending directly to the ocean.
Accommoaauuns ivr gun u.wifus.
venient to hot salt baths and post
office. Excellent table and service.
Address Mm. N. M. newer, inner..
Loos Beach, Wub,
ARE YOU GOING CAMPIXGT TRY
Beat Camp Grounds on the Const.
Antn StaffA Everv Day.
Hotel European Flan. Rates Reasonable
PHONE EAST 8138.
Ideal spot, modern family hotel, coun-
. , AnmK4nAH' flCOH fl In full
iry ana bmiuh v,ww.n..... . - ... -...
view; large, yard for children, croquet
frounu, Desi cuisine huu bouio sea,.,?,
ishlng. surf bathing.
POSTOFFICE, LONG BEACH. WASH.
rare. AJeunimn. 1
mht-x'T ItV V1KU' HATKI-
At Old Government Camp, on the base of
Mt Hood. Jut opened. The mot modern
and up-to-date mountain rort In the pa
cific Northwest. Located at the terminus of
the acenlo Mt. Hood auto road. 3 hours by
auto from Portland. Headquarter, for par
ties ocnd!n the mountain. Rates. 52.50
ner day; 12 Pr week, and $35 per month.
For further Information, inquire at Hotel
Lenox. Third and Main "trefta city, or
write Mountain View Hotel, via Row. Or.
E. colman. proprietor.
Sea Croft and Annex
Splendid location, facing the ocean;
electric lights among the trees; large
sitting rooms with fireplaces. Best of
meals served in Seacroft'a dining-room.
Housekeeping apartments In the Annex.
Mrs, W. E. Hutchinson. Uanaajrer,
W. H. Burton. Miss Frieda Eliander,
Mrs. J. R. Rochm and children, Mrs.
BAYOCEAX ENJOYS SENSATION
Suposed Figure of Man Seen on Lion
Head Rock Later Disappears.
BAYOCEAN, Or., Aug. 3. (Special.)
Since the opening of the salmon fishing
season in Tillamook Bay, boating par
ties have been the feature of enter
tainment here. Visits to the shallow
waters of the bay In small craft In
search of crabs and clam.s, as well as
trips up and down in motorboats with
trolling lines out, have been of almost
The rough weather of the past week
has prevented trips to the ocean, the
smoother waters of the bay being pre
ferred by fishermen. The operations
of native fishermen have attracted vis
itors and the yacht Henrietta almost
every morning on her regular trips
has carried numerous visitors anxious
to Bee the manner In which the big
red fish are secured.
Seining Is carried on extensively
pretty well up Into the Trask and Tilla
mook Rivers, and Into the sloughs
leading In over the tide land. The
fisher folk here live in houseboats and
handle their nets from small boats
propelled by oars. Many of these peo
ple have motorboats and the chug
chug of gasoline engines may be heard
at almost any time of the day and well
Into the night.
A notable trip was made early in the
week by the Henrietta, under Captain
Jenkins, with a large party of excur
sionists, over the bar and northward
to the mouth of the Nehalem River,
where the schooner C. T. Hill, attempt
ing to cross the bar without assistance
from a tug, was carried ashore and
landed high and dry on the sand.
The crew had deserted the little
vessel, and Captain Jenkins prepared
to give his passengers a representa
tion of how vessels are saved from
the surf when It was found impossible
to get a line to the stranded craft,
and the proposed rescue had to be
abandoned. The trip of 20 miles from
Tillamook Bay to the Nehalem bar was
negotiated in record time by the Henri
etta, demonstrating her ability as a
The concert and dance by the Tilla
mook Concert Band, of 20 pieces, at
the pavilion here Saturday night
brought a large number of visitors
from that city, and provided entertain
ment for many of the guests at the
hotel. The Henrietta was compelled to
An exclusive quiet family
hotel. E 1 e c t r i c-lighted.
Ample playgrounds for
children ; accessible beach,
no grade to climb ; shel
tered from all winds.
Shore dinners a specialty.
Bus meets boats. Make
v a, t.vi
COLLINS HOT SPRINGS
Delightful mountain resort. Beauti
ful scenery. Good hunting and fishing.
Hot Mineral Baths, excellent for
rheumatism, stomach and liver trou
bles. Fine new bath house with
lady and gentlemen attendants. A
perfect health resort. Accommoda
Take North Bank road or Upper
Columbia River boats.
Rates on application.
V. A. YOUNG. Proprietor.
And Stop at
European Flan. Reasonable Rates. Up.
to-Date Cafeteria and Delicatessen.
Home Cooklno; Our Specialty.
EUGENE HAN NEMAN. Proprietor.
THE HOTEL WARREN.
Only. Flrat-riaa. Hotel on Beachfront.
Situated on Cannon Beach. Beautiful
view, hunting, fishing and bathing.
Best cuisine and table service. Sea
foods a specialty.
Pure mountain water piped to hotel.
Autos and stages meet all trains.
For rates address.
M. S. WAKUEN, Erola, Via Seaside,
Cannon Beach Hotel
Clean beds. Kxcellent meals. Best of
everything. Fine eight-mile auto ride
from Seaside, ending at the most beau
tiful beach In the world. Good fishing,
hunting and bathing. Address
W. II. MOSS. Erola, Oregon.
Protiest place at Seaside. Rates to
families. Good meals and clfjen rosiis.
Pretty flowers. Bus mets all trains. '
Give us a visit. ReguUr rates 12.50
Arch Cape Hotel
Most Picturesque Spot an Cannon Beacb
On tne Oceon Front.
Unexcelled Bathing. Vishlng and Hunt
ing. Sea Foods a Specialty.
Beautiful Scenic Ride From Seaside.
Address W. S. AbAMS, Ecola, Or.